Clearly out to make a splash, the Italian automaker pulled out all the stops when it designed the 2017 Lamborghini Veneno supercar. And they only made nine cars-yes, there are only nice pieces in the world. And each costs $3.9 million. When you carry that kind of price tag you can bet there won’t be many cars competing for your spot.

Furthermore, Lamborghini decided to put a 6.5 liter, V-12 packing 750 horsepower, making the top speed of 220 mph. The exterior was first rumored to be an extension of the Aventador, but then it turned out to be completely new with a set piece hood, front and wings.

Exterior and Interior

2017 Lamborghini Veneno review

The 2017 Lamborghini Veneno radical beaky front is equipped with an aerodynamic wing to push the air over the sweeping hood and the Y-shaped headlamps. The entire front section incorporates massive air channels to redirect the air flow and help with acceleration and downforce.

The base is wide, as are the curved fenders, which blend in effectively with the large air sills. The slim waistline and the raked windshield only reinforce the impression of speed and power.

The rear end has a low crouching stance, and comes with aggressive Y-outlined taillights, while six wedge-shaped slits are positioned over the engine cover. The four exhaust units, divided by a splitter, are housed in a large diffuser and way above them a sizeable rear-wing dominates the back.

2017 Lamborghini Veneno interior

2017 Lamborghini Veneno interior

The model is made of carbon fiber and sports a unique gray metallic color, which is complemented with details showing the colors of the Italian flag.

The monococque carbon fiber cabin is geared for speed and comes with very little in the way of comfort fearures. However, it does offer two excellent bespoke bucket seats and an organic dashboard, and highly functional controls layout with brand new digits.

The optional features are somewhat scarce but they list the G-meter, which improves the overall control of the car.


The 2017 Lamborghini Veneno is fitted out with a 6.5 liter V-12, which is lifted from the Aventador but has been boosted in the process with optimized mechanical parts which make the power top out at 750 hp.

The acceleration is the stunning 2.8 seconds from 0 to 60 mph, and the top speed is slightly over 220 mph. The drivetrain is all-wheel as standard and it comes with an IRS manual transmission.

2017 Lamborghini Veneno front

2017 Lamborghini Veneno Price

The Lamborghini Veneno is produced in only nine units and each can be had for the mind-boggling $3.9 million(when it get on the market), and now price is $4.5M. Needless to say, all the units have been sold out even before the model hit the pavement. So if you are looking for this bad boy look in for few years in Dubai craigslist, for some of this few models.